Food Alert

LIEBFRAUMILCH QbA lieblich Rhh Wine Recalled

GREECE – J. Egberts LIEBFRAUMILCH QbA lieblich Rhh wine has been recalled due to a risk of bottle breakage could be encountered due to overpressure as a result of secondary fermentation. The recall of the German origin wine has been initiated by Hellenic Food Authority (EFET) following the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) alert.

The recalled product is “J. Egberts” wine, labelled “LIEBFRAUMILCH QbA lieblich Rhh”, in bottles of 0.75 lt, lot number L3318-2A81, produced by the German company “Zimmermann-Graeff & Muller GmbH & Co. KG” and distributed in the internal market by the Greek company “AB VASILOPOULOS S.A.” (in Greek: “ΑΒ ΒΑΣΙΛΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ Α.Ε.”).

No other J. Egberts’ products are known to be affected.

 

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